Expansive vistas pan north, west, and south through barely-there walls of floor-to-ceiling windows in this swish penthouse atop the Mosaic at Hermann Park, one of the twin-ish 30-story condo towers across from the park’s eastern edge. Do the panoramas and high-end custom finishes from a 2012 update to the 2008 space merit the listing’s asking price of $2.05 million? It last sold in 2009 for $930K, but back then the FDIC and a group of investors had control of the property following sequential foreclosures on the condo tower and its neighboring rental twin (once named The Montage).
Visible sky and horizon further open up the 3,143-sq.-ft. floor plan, which places the sleek, luxury kitchen toward its center:
The route to the master retreat maxes out the northern light:
A glass barn door fronts the suite’s closet:
As with the windows, the shelving runs to the ceiling . . .
as does the tile, which appears in a variety of styles, finishes, and sizes . . .
including . . . mosaic:
A secondary bedroom’s view takes in the development’s south tower apartments:
The third bathroom caters to the remaining, camera-shy bedroom:
Mosaic makes another all-over appearance in the half-bath:
A balcony makes the most of its corner perspective:
The penthouse comes with a $1,680 monthly fee. Shared amenities include: